Maintenance Electrical Apprentice

internship - full time,

North Carolina Public Schools
Winston Salem, NC
Closed
Posted 89 Days ago
North Carolina Public Schools
Winston Salem, NC
internship - full time,
Posted 89 Days ago
Closed

Description

Maintenance: Electrical Apprentice North Carolina Public Schools - Winston-Salem, NC3.1 7 hours agoFull-timeEstimated: $31,000 - $42,000 a year Apply Now Education * High School Diploma or GED Skills * Driver's License * Low Voltage District Name Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Site/Department Name MAINTENANCE 4897 LANSING DR, WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina, 27105 Posted on Apr 16, 2019,12:01 AM EST Expiration Date Apr 29, 2019,10:00 PM EST Job Description Performs and/or assists in a variety of skilled and difficult work in the Electrical and/or Low Voltage Electronics field. Distinguishing Features of the Class: * Perform Apprentice level work in the installation, installation, and repair of electrical wiring, circuits, fixtures, panel boxes, and outlets. * Perform Apprentice level work in the maintenance and repair of various low voltage systems such as, but not limited to fire alarm systems, cable TV systems, CCTV systems, PA / sound reinforcement systems, 2-way radio systems, and multi-media systems. * Work is performed in varying weather, and working at varying heights requiring the use of ladders and under established and enforced safety conditions. * Serve on a team or may assist other skilled technicians. * All work is reviewed by Electrical Supervision and Management in progress and upon completion for adherence to established maintenance and repair standards. * Frequently lift and work above the head. Illustrative Examples of Work: * Assists in the repair and replacement of steam tables, ovens, cookers, and other appliances; repairs thermostats, electrical circuits and coordinates repairs with cafeteria managers. * Installs, maintains, alters, and repairs wiring, electrical devices, machinery and equipment; cuts, bends, and threads conduit; pulls wire through conduit, under the supervision of an Electrical Technician. * Installs fixtures, outlets, and switches and makes wire connections under the supervision of an Electrical Technician. * Finds and replaces defective wiring and makes connections to new electrical installations. * Makes repairs to small electrical motors and appliances. * Replace breakers in lighting panels, power panels and service equipment under supervision of an Electrical Technician. * Assist in the installation and maintenance of various low voltage equipment with regard to the NFPA and other applicable codes such as Fire Alarms, Public Address, Sports Scoring, telephone, and other similar systems. * Pull fiber optic and other low voltage cables above ceilings and underground. * Use of motorized equipment such as trenchers, bucket trucks and derrick trucks. * Assist other departments and divisions in repairs. * Assists in keeping service truck stocked with needed parts, supplies, and tools; identifies needed parts and vendors; picks up parts and supplies from vendors. * Operates a variety of hand and power tools. * Strict adherence to OSHA safety standards at all times. * Adherence to attendance policies. * Attendance to training sessions as available. * Assist the Maintenance Division in snow removal as needed. * Clear snow and ice from driveways, parking lots, and sidewalks. * Performs related duties as required. Job Qualification Grade LC | Full-time | 12 months | Minimum Monthly Salary $2726 Desirable Education and Experience: * Graduation from High School or equivalent education. * Course work in the Electrical and/or Electronics/Low Voltage Trade and one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Special Requirement: * Possession of a valid North Carolina driver's license. * Ability to pass pre-employment screenings. When applying, please include all of your prior job experience.

Skills

electricity, electronics, electrical maintenance, electrical wiring, motors, low voltage, fire alarm, machinery, completion, steam, lighting, safety, power tools, hand tools, installation

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